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Coronavirus: Hong Kong pinning border hopes on vaccination, preventing local cases, but Guangdong official says reopening unlikely before March
A local pro-Beijing heavyweight has said boosting vaccinations could be a basis for resuming quarantine-free travel with mainland China soonBut a source across the border has poured cold water on that assessment, saying the status quo is unlikely to change before March
My wife and I have been trying for a baby since we married three years ago and although we both understand that such a miracle takes time, we are anxious as there has been no positive outcome despite trying hard.
PETALING JAYA: The government must come up with a comprehensive policy to address unemployment as cash relief alone is inadequate, says Umno information chief Shahril Hamdan.
NEW YORK: Big tech shares edged higher on Friday, helping a benchmark world stock index post a sixth consecutive closing high, after a weak U.S. jobs report likely pushed back the timetable for when the Federal Reserve reduces its massive support of the economy.
PETALING JAYA: The Covid-19 battleground has now shifted to states outside the Klang Valley that are facing a growing number of infections.
NEW YORK: The key benchmark that the Federal Reserve (Fed) targets to control monetary policy dropped for the second time in two weeks, an indication that the glut of cash in the front-end is starting to spill into this corner of the funding markets.
An uncertain fate awaits the hawkers, drivers and rough sleepers who have made a second home under the ornate arched ceiling of Bangkok’s century-old central railway station.
End of the line looms for hawkers and rough sleepers at Bangkok's century-old central railway station
An uncertain fate awaits the hawkers, drivers and rough sleepers who have made a second home under the ornate arched ceiling of Bangkok's century-old central railway station.
THIS month heralds our nation’s 64th year of independence, which leads to Malaysia Day on Sept 16.